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Encyclopedia of media and politics

Author: Todd M Schaefer; Thomas A Birkland
Publisher: Washington, D.C. : CQ Press, ©2007.
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"The relationship between media and politics receives constant attention and creates heated debate. The Encyclopedia of Media and Politics offers an authoritative, unbiased exploration of the intersection between media and politics, from larger themes such as the role of media in civil, democratic society, to more specific topics such as media ownership and regulation. The topics covered include: Business and
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Genre/Form: Encyclopedias
Wörterbuch
Wörterbuch (Fachlexikon)
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Todd M Schaefer; Thomas A Birkland
ISBN: 1568028350 9781568028354
OCLC Number: 71778999
Description: xxxvii, 344 pages : illustrations ; 29 cm
Contents: About this book --
Articles and contributors --
Chronology of major media and political events, 1690-2006 --
Introduction : the intersection of media and politics / Doris A. Graber --
ABC --
Abell, Arumah Shepherdson --
Accuracy in media --
Action for Children's Television --
Adams, John --
Advocacy journalism --
African Americans and the media --
Agenda setting --
Agnew, Spiro T. --
Ailes, Roger --
Alien and Sedition Acts of 1798 --
Alternative media --
American Society of Newspaper Editors --
American Spectator --
Anderson, Jack --
Apple, R.W., Jr. --
Arledge, Roone --
Asian Americans and the media --
Associated Press --
Attack journalism --
Atwater, Lee --
Background --
Bandwagon effect --
Bantam Books v. Sullivan (1963) --
Bennett, James Gordon --
Bernays, Eddie --
Bernstein, Carl --
Block, Herbert Lawrence --
Blumenthal, Sidney --
Bly, Nelly --
Bradlee, Ben --
Branzburg v. Hayes (1972) --
Bridges v. California (1941) --
Brinkley, David --
Broder, David S. --
Brokaw, Tom --
Bryant, William Cullen --
Buchanan, Pat --
Buckley, William F., Jr. --
Cable Communication Policy Act of 1984 --
Cable television --
Camel News Caravan --
Campaigns, elections, and the media. Cartoons, editorial --
Carville, James --
Cater, Douglass --
CBS --
Censorship --
Center for Investigative Reporting --
Center for Media and Public Affairs --
Center for Media Literacy --
Chancellor, John --
Children and the media --
Chomsky, Noam --
Christian Broadcasting Network --
Christian Science Monitor --
Civil society and the media --
CNN --
Cohen, Richard --
Commentary --
Commercial speech --
Communications Act of 1934 --
Communications Decency Act of 1996 --
Communications Satellite Act of 1962 --
Competition --
Corporation for Public Broadcasting --
CQ Weekly --
Credibility gap --
Crisis journalism --
Cronkite, Walter --
Cross-ownership --
C-SPAN --
Daisy girl commercial --
David, Richard Harding --
Day, Benjamin Henry --
Deaver, Michael K. --
Documentaries --
Donahue, Phil --
Donaldson, Sam --
Editorials --
Embedding --
Endorsements --
Equal time rule --
Ethics and the media --
Evening network news --
Exit polls --
Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting --
Fairness doctrine --
Fallows, James --
Federal Communication Commission --
Federal Communications Commission v. Pacifica Foundation (1978) --
Federal Radio Commission --
Federalist Papers --
Fenno, John --
Fireside chats --
First Amendment --
Fleischer, Ari. Fourth estate --
Fox Broadcasting Corporation --
Framing --
Franken, Al --
Franklin, Benjamin --
Franklin, James --
Freedom Forum --
Freedom of Information Act of 1966 --
Freneau, Philip Morin --
Gag orders --
Gannett --
Gannett Co. v. DePasquale (1979) --
Gatekeeping --
Gazette of the United States --
Gergen, David --
Gitlow v. New York (1925) --
Globalization of communication --
Graham, Katharine --
Greeley, Horace --
Haig v. Agee (1981) --
Hamilton, Alexander --
Hard and soft news --
Hart, Gary --
Hearst, William Randolph --
Hewitt, Don --
History of American journalism --
Holmes, Oliver Wendell, Jr. --
Horse race journalism --
Hustler v. Falwell (1988) --
Imus, Don --
Investigative reporting --
Issue coverage --
Jefferson, Thomas --
Jennings, Peter --
Kennedy-Nixon debates --
Kilpatrick, James J. --
Kissinger, Henry --
Knight Ridder --
Koppel, Ted --
Kristol, William --
Krock, Arthur --
Landmark Communications, Inc. v. Virginia (1978) --
Late night talk shows --
Latinos and the media --
Lawrence, David, Jr. --
Lewis, Anthony --
Libel law --
Liddy, G. Gordon --
Limbaugh, Rush --
Lippmann, Walter --
Los Angeles Times --
Luce, Henry R. --
Magazines --
Matalin, Mary --
McCarthy, Joseph --
McClellan, Scott --
McClure, S.S. --
McCurry, Mike --
McGrory, Mary --
McLaughlin, John --
Media and Congress --
Media and the courts. Media and the presidency --
Media bias --
Media consultants --
Media diplomacy --
Media elitism --
Media feeding frenzies --
Memoirs v. Massachusetts (1966) --
Mencken, H.L. --
Miller v. California (1973) --
Minority portrayals --
Mother Jones --
Moyers, Bill --
Muckraking --
Mudd, Roger --
Murdoch, Rupert --
Murrow, Edward R. --
Muskie incident --
Myers, Dee Dee --
Nast, Thomas --
Nation --
National Association of Broadcasters --
National Gazette --
National Journal --
National Public Radio --
National Review --
National Review --
National security --
Native Americans and the media --
NBC Universal --
Near v. Minnesota (1931) --
New journalism --
New Republic --
News analysis --
News blackouts --
Newsgathering process --
News magazines --
News management --
Newspapers --
Newsworthiness --
New York Evening Post --
New York Sun --
New York Times --
New York Times v. Sullivan (1964) --
New York Times v. United States (1971) --
Nixon, Richard M. Objectivity --
Obscenity and pornography --
Office of Communications --
Office of Telecommunications Policy --
Off the record --
Op-Ed --
Ownership of media --
Pack journalism --
Paine, Thomas --
PBS --
Penny press --
Pentagon Papers --
Pew Research Center for the People and the Press --
Phillips, David Graham --
Political content in advertising --
Political correspondents --
Political participation and the media --
Political parties and the press --
Political satire --
Politics and film --
Polls and the media --
Pool journalism --
Presidential debates --
Presidential press conferences --
Presidential radio addresses --
Press secretaries --
Prior restraint --
Privacy --
Privacy Protection Act of 1980 --
Propaganda --
Pseudo-crisis --
Pseudo-events --
Public Broadcasting Act of 1967 --
Public/Civil journalism --
Public diplomacy --
Public Telecommunications Act of 1978 --
Pulitzer, Joseph --
Pulitzer Prize --
Pundit shows --
Radio --
Radio Act of 1927 --
Raspberry, William --
Rather, Dan --
Raymond, Henry Jarvis --
Reagan, Ronald --
Reasoner, Harry --
Red Lion Broadcasting Co., Inc. v. FCC (1968) --
Reese, Matt --
Reid, Whitelaw --
Religion and the media --
Reno v. American Civil Liberties Union (1997) --
Reporting events --
Reston, James B. --
Richmond Newspapers, Inc. v. Virginia (1980) --
Right of access --
Right-of-rebuttal rule --
Robertson, Pat --
Roll Call --
Rollins, Ed --
Roosevelt, Franklin D. --
Roth v. United States (1957) --
Rusher, William. Safire, William --
Salinger, Pierre --
Sarnoff, David --
Sawyer, Diane --
Scandal --
Schieffer, Bob --
Schorr, Daniel --
Scripps, E.W. --
Sedition Act of 1918 --
Sevareid, Eric --
Shaw, Bernard --
Sheppard v. maxwell (1966) --
Shield laws --
Shields, Mark --
Shrum, Bob --
Sinclair, Upton --
Smith, Howard K. --
Socialization --
Social responsibility --
Sound bite --
Special interest groups and political advertising --
Spin --
Spin doctors --
Stanley v. Georgia (1969) --
Steffens, Lincoln --
Stephanopoulos, George --
Sunday news shows --
Tabloids --
Talk radio --
Talk shows --
Telecommunications Act of 1996 --
Telegraph --
Television, broadcast --
Terrorism and the media --
Thomas, Helen --
Thomas confirmation hearings --
Time pressures --
Town meetings --
Trippi, Joe --
Turner, Ted --
Twain, Mark --
United Press International --
USA Today --
U.S. Information Agency --
Village Voice --
Voice of America --
Wall Street Journal --
Walters, Barbara --
War and the media --
Washington Post --
Watchdog role --
Watergate --
White, William Allen --
White House press corps --
Will, George --
Willie Horton ad --
Wire services --
Women in politics and the media --
Woodward, Bob --
Yellow journalism --
Young v. American Mini Theatres (1976) --
Zenger, John Peter --
Ziegler, Ron --
Zuckerman, Mort --
Zurcher v. Stanford Daily (1978) --
Appendix --
Constitution of the United States --
Communications in the United States --
Credits for photographs and illustrations --
Index.
Responsibility: edited by Todd M. Schaefer, Thomas A. Birkland.

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